Workington Reds will be out for revenge when they head to Grantham Town tomorrow.

The Lincolnshire outfit turned Reds over earlier in the season at Borough Park and manager Lee Andrews says that should be the perfect motivation for his side to reverse the result tomorrow.

Reds did not have their best day at the office when Grantham headed to West Cumbria and the visitors ran away with a 4-1 win.

“The biggest motivation for the lads will be when we played them earlier in the season and they turned us over 4-1,” declared Andrews.

“We didn’t play well on the day but we owe them one really.”

Andrews admitted the clash with Grantham was another that they had targeted to pick up points and try to move out of the relegation zone.

“They are in a similar situation to us and they are up against it, with some poor results of late,” said Andrews.

“We targeted four games that we felt we could pick up points from and this is one of them.

“With the talent we have in the squad and if we approach the game in the right way then we are more than capable of getting a decent result.”

Fans will get a glimpse of at least two of the club’s new signings if they make the long trip to Grantham tomorrow.

Garry Thompson and Dean Brotherston are both included in Andrews’ match day squad, after they missed out last Saturday when the game with Mickleover Sports was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

However, this game is also dependant on the weather, with the pitch currently frozen over and an inspection due early Saturday morning to see if it will go ahead.

Red’s third recent signing, Dan Carmichael, could be forced to sit the game out though, with his international clearance not yet coming through.

“Dan’s clearance isn’t here yet. We are still hoping that it might come through in time but with it being the transfer window, it is really busy,” said Andrews.

“But the other two lads who came in will be in my 16. I will be looking at a similar squad to the one that would have played last week.”